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Leslie Caron Overview:

Actress, Leslie Caron, was born Leslie Claire Margaret Caron on Jul 1, 1931 in Boulogne-Billancourt, France. As of December 2018, Leslie Caron was 87 years old.

HONORS and AWARDS:

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Although Caron was nominated for two Oscars, she never won a competitive Academy Award.

Academy Awards

YearAwardFilm nameRoleResult
1953Best ActressLili (1953)Lili DaurierNominated
1963Best ActressThe L-Shaped Room (1962)JaneNominated
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She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Classic Movie Travels:

By Annette Bochenek on May 4, 2019 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

May Classic Movie Travels: [Leslie] The musical genre is one that is incredibly multifaceted in terms of how it tells a story. Though there are scripts and lyrics that can further the plot along, musicals also tell stories where words fall short. Musicals employ a wide... Read full article


Rock and Dorothy Write It in the Dusty Wind; Can't Replace Doris

By Rick29 on Sep 17, 2015 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

Dorothy Malone may have won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for Written on the Wind (1956), but Rock Hudson benefited more from the film's success. Along with Giant (1956) and his Jane Wyman pairings, Written on the Wind propelled Hudson into a major star. Thus, he was at the peak of his career whil... Read full article


“Gigi” – , Louis Jourdan, Maurice Chevalier

By Art on Jul 10, 2011 From Classic Cinema Gold

“This story is about a little girl. It could be about any one of those little girls playing there. But it isn’t. It’s about one in particular. Her name is Gigi.” ~ Honore Lachaille (Maurice Chevalier) . “Gigi” is a 1958 musical film produced by Arthur Freed and... Read full article


DUAL BIRTHDAY SPAMS–#1:

By Lara on Jul 1, 2011 From Backlots

July 1 produces great Hollywood stars. Tomorrow (or today in France, where both birthday girls reside) is the birthday of two film legends– (born 1931) and Olivia de Havilland (born a whopping 1916). As I know I’m going to get carried away about Olivia and basically write an ... Read full article


Happy Birthday:

By Dawn on Jul 1, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks

was a ballet dancer when Gene Kelly discovered her, and cast her to perform with him in the musical An American in Paris(1951), a role in which a pregnant Cyd Charisse was originally cast. This led to a MGM contract in films, The Glass Slipper (1955) and the drama Gaby (1956). She also ... Read full article


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Leslie Caron Quotes:

Mardou Fox: Our town changed hands six times. My mother changed hands more often than that.


Mardou Fox: I go through men as other women go through money. I'm a spendthrift with men ... I want so badly to be a miser!


Ella: The son of cook in the palace of the Duc.


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She was nominated for a 1975 Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Guest Artist for her performance in the play, "13 Rue De L'Amour," at the Arlington Park Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.

Born of a French father and an American mother

When she told Fred Astaire that she wanted to create her own costumes for Daddy Long Legs (1955), he responded: "OK, but no feathers, please". Astaire recalled the exasperation he had with one of Ginger Rogers' elaborate gowns in a dance scene in Top Hat (1935). Some ostrich feathers broke loose from Ginger Rogers' gown and mischievously floated in mid air around Astaire's face. The shedding dress episode was recreated to hilarious effect in a scene from Easter Parade (1948) in which Fred Astaire danced with a clumsy, comical dancer played by Judy Garland.

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